Updated: Jun 29, 2020
Deworming is the key to health for our little French bulldogs.
The most frequent are external parasites such as fleas, ticks,mosquitoes transmitting leishmaniosis that we all know as well as mosquitoes that can infect them, but there are many more within the group of internal parasites such as intestinal worms,tapeworm and a series of diseases directly related to this.
You should not only deworm your french bulldog when you detect that it has fleas for example, is always more important to prevent than cure, and be rigorous in the possible measures with their deworming process.Deworming should be done on a monthly or quarterly basis to protect the health of your Frenchie.
Intestinal parasites are worms. They live in your dog's body, growing to adulthood in the intestinal tract.
Each follows its own life cycle, but there are commonalities in how they are contracted:
* The ingestion of feces
* The ingestion of raw meat or animal remains in the environment
* The ingestion of infected soil
Some intestinal parasite eggs are incredibly resistant to environmental changes and can remain dormant in the soil for several years before infecting your dog or a member of your family. In some cases, intestinal parasites can be passed from a pregnant or nursing mother to her puppies, which is why most veterinarians recommend worming puppies should be every two weeks until twelve weeks of age, then monthly until six months of age. After six months all dogs need to be wormed every three months for effective protection.
Good cleanliness as well as common sense is the greatest option to stop the dogs from getting parasites inside them. Keep feces picked up outdoors on your own lawn, and stop your canine from eating other dog's feces. Restrict your dog from drinking water in contaminated creeks, or perhaps water that is stagnant in small pools. Practice adequate flea control to maximum the likelihood of tapeworms, and also make sure your own dog has a hygienic, un-crowded environment to decrease the chances of developing coccidia.
Four of the common types of intestinal parasites in dogs are roundworms, hookworms, whipworms and Tapeworms.
The external deworming usually conditioned by the change of season that causes a climate change and favors more or less parasites in the environment and the environment of your french bulldog such as fleas,ticks and mosquitoes that transmit diseases in many very serious cases.
You should protect your frenchie with external antiparasitics on a monthly basis. They are just like the internals in pet stores,repellents of these parasites like collars,sprays and pipettes. Pipettes and sprays have a shorter duration than necklaces that last for more months, but sometimes combining them can be a good prevention. Your veterinarian or shop specialist will tell you what dose we should put the pipettes according to the size, weight and age of your dog.
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